Round 13 | The Stats

How will your team go in 2014? Take a look at our form guide to see what trends will need to be continued or bucked to climb the ladder in the New Year.

How will your team go in 2014? Take a look at our form guide to see what trends will need to be continued or bucked to climb the ladder in the New Year.

Western Sydney Wanderers v Wellington Phoenix January 1 2014, 7.30pm Pirtek Stadium

Western Sydney Wanderers are unbeaten in four A-League matches against Wellington Phoenix (W2 D2).

Western Sydney Wanderers have scored just one second half goal in their last six A-League matches.

Wellington Phoenix have mustered just three goals in five games against Western Sydney Wanderers in the A-League; all of those have come from Jeremy Brockie.

Phoenix have kept two clean sheets in a row for the first time since March 2012.

Adelaide United v Sydney FC January 3 2014, 7.30pm Coopers Stadium

Adelaide have kept three successive clean sheets in the A-League - this after conceding a goal in each of their previous 13 games in the competition.

This is the first time that Adelaide have gone three A-League games unbeaten since January 2013 - they haven-t gone four unbeaten in succession since November 2012.

None of Sydney FC-s last 13 A-League games have ended in a draw (W6 L7).

Sydney have travelled to Adelaide 12 times previously in the A-League; they have never kept a clean sheet there.

Newcastle Jets v Perth Glory January 4 2014, 5.30pm Hunter Stadium

Newcastle Jets are without a win over Perth Glory in six A-League matches (D2 L4).

Newcastle goalkeeper Mark Birighitti has been forced in to making more saves than any other goalkeeper this season (51) but has the best saves to shots average (81%).

Perth Glory have conceded just one goal in their last three league games against Newcastle Jets.

Perth Glory have won just one of their last eight A-League matches (W1 D3 L4).

Melbourne Victory v Brisbane Roar January 4 2014, 7.45pm AAMI Park

Melbourne Victory are unbeaten in their last eight leagues at home to Brisbane Roar.

Melbourne Victory have lost just one of their last six A-League games (W3 D2 L1), conceding just four goals in these matches overall.

Brisbane Roar have conceded exactly one goal in their last three league games against Melbourne Victory.

Brisbane have won three successive A-League away games. They have not won four in a row since April 2012.

Central Coast Mariners v Melbourne Heart January 5 2014, 5.30pm Bluetongue Stadium

Central Coast Mariners have lost just once to Melbourne Heart in the A-League (W7 D2).

Central Coast Mariners have bagged exactly two goals in their last three league meetings with Melbourne Heart.

Melbourne Heart have travelled four times previously to Central Coast Mariners; losing in all of those instances.

Melbourne Heart-s run without an A-League victory now stands at 17 matches (L13 D4).